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Re: 2880 midi control
The 2880 will go in chromatic steps or change the pitch freely
depending on the mixdown mode selected. If the 'mixdown track' is
synched to the 4 basic tracks the slider is chromatic, if it is free
then the tempo slider is continuous and had a finer adjustment near
the center of the pot's physical range... When synched to MIDI the
pitch tracks tempo smoothly - identically to tape. The slider has
one octave up, one octave down range.
>Cool... when doing pitch, does the tempo slider go in chromatic
>steps like the new 16 second delay or free like the old 16 second
>what's the range on that slider? one or 2 octaves?
>On Feb 11, 2008, at 5:38 PM, Jeff Duke wrote:
>>Yeah the tempo slider is it, other than octave down for pitch
>>shift. its also very easy to return the pitch to its original state
>>after messing with it. It has a light that comes on when you hit
>>the tempo exactly.
>>you can't use octave down or the slider when it is synced to an
>>external midi clock. however if you change the tempo of the drum
>>machine it alters the pitch and it goes crazy for a bit then
>>settles down. Real fun.
>>----- Original Message ----- From: "Teddy Kumpel" <email@example.com>
>>Sent: Monday, February 11, 2008 2:26 PM
>>Subject: Re: 2880 midi control
>>>I assume that the "tempo slider" control pitch as well.... true?
>>>And... is there a fine / coarse control like on the 16 second
>>>delay or is the tempo slider it?